Peterson Industries Set to Ramp up Production

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November 16, 2011 by   Comments Off on Peterson Industries Set to Ramp up Production

Smith, Kan.-based Peterson Industries Inc. said it has increased production of its line of luxury towables “in response to the news of Carriage Inc. closing and an influx of calls from Carriage dealers.”

According to a press release, Peterson is also offering “attractive Excel dealer packages,” and accepting a limited number of new dealers in select locations.

Bryan Tillett, President of Peterson Industries, reports that Excel RVs continue to attract buyers to dealer lots across the country. “We’ve survived this economy for a reason,” he said. “Our company is built on excellent value, outstanding construction, luxurious amenities, solid warranties, and sound money management. Excel owners are very loyal to our brand; further evidence that we meet and exceed customer expectations.”

Peterson Industries will showcase their line at the 49th National RV Trade Show in Louisville, Ky., running Nov. 29-Dec. 1.

The Excel booth No. 5301 in the West Wing of the Expo Center will include:

• The top-of-the-line 2012 Limited, which is priced comparably to the Carriage Carri-Lite, and provides the ultimate in luxury and amenities.

• The 2012 Winslow fifth-wheel, priced comparably to the Carriage Cameo, sets the traveler up in affordable luxury, and is available in eight floorplans.

• The 2012 Winslow travel trailer provides 100 cubic feet of basement storage without sacrificing living space or luxury.


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